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July 22nd, 2013 05:03 PM #41Junior Member
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July 22nd, 2013 05:08 PM #43
Last edited by oboeplayer1; July 22nd, 2013 at 05:09 PM. Reason: stupid punctuationCatalina // 17 // college student // volleyball // math nerd
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July 22nd, 2013 05:45 PM #45
July 22nd, 2013 09:27 PM #47Senior Member
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Hugo --- love, super cute.
Hogan --- not a fan.
Homer --- Simpsons association too strong for me unfortunately, though I love him dearly.
Huck --- adorbs! Too close to Hudson, in my opinion.
Huxley --- not a fan. My friend's dog is named Huxley, though, so that may be the issue. I think Huxley and Hudson are too close for comfort anyway.
Hill --- At first I was like "wha??" and then I was all, "yaaaaa." This has grown on me the more I've seen it and said it in my head. I can imagine it on a pretty cool kid.
Hooper --- decent. I like it. Mucho bueno than Cooper
Harry --- Cute but you've already got a Henry.
--As an alternative for Harry, how about Harris or Harrison? I'm particularly fond of Harris since it's my last name but it's such a masculine name. I like it. I hate it as a last name, but would love it if I saw it as a first name.
--- Close to Harris: Hollis. I think it's a really cool name.
--- A personal favorite and plan to use it somehow: Hart. I would use it as a nickname for Hartsel (family name), but this is probably too similar to Harvey.
--- Heath of course. Such a solid name, and I have nothing but positive associations with it.